What’s a half-blood to do when her demon has hidden from her thanks to the institute and she’s Muse’s only chance of survival? Muse must play by the institutes rules until they give her back her demon to rescue Stefan from the netherworld. Meanwhile, however, Damian has come to Boston with his eye set on getting Muse back. With her only ally, Akil, trapped in the netherworld with Stefan she’s on her own, with not even her demon to her her.
Similar to the previous book, it’s fine. There isn’t anything spectacular or amazing about it, but it’s a solid read. I’m listening to the audio books since I can’t get them at the library, and though the reader isn’t my favourite she’s doing a fine job. This book is all around fine. There isn’t anything fantastic about it, but at the same time, there is nothing negative to say either. You might need to pick it up to read it yourself and make your own decision.
Beyond The Veil (The Veil #1)
Darkest Before Dawn (The Veil #3)